Jacek Piotr Buczkowski was born on 14 January 1953 in Poznań, Poland. He graduated from the School of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań with an average mark of 4.8 (very good) from the course. He defended his master’s thesis with the mark ‘very good’ in the prestigious Chair of International Public Law under the guidance of Prof. A. Klafkowski and Prof. K. Skubiszewski. He completed court legal training with the mark ‘good’ in 1979 and legal training for legal counsels with the mark ‘very good’ in 1980.

In the years 1976-1980 he worked as a legal adviser and from 1980 to 1994 as an independent legal counsel to the Polish Foreign Trade Chamber – the Poznań International Fair. Since 1980 he has been working for companies with foreign capital and enterprises owned by foreigners and Poles living abroad (establishment and legal services). Since 1989 he has been running his own legal counsel’s office, which now employs 6 lawyers. 

Mr Jacek Buczkowski had his first, then pioneer experiences in work for companies with foreign capital in the 1980s. At that time, they were legal services for companies owned by Poles living abroad and doing business in Poland. In the 1990s he actively started introducing limited liability and joint stock companies, both with foreign and Polish capital, onto the Polish market. The trust and satisfaction of foreign clients resulted in the entry of his office in the list of lawyer’s offices which are recommended by the Embassy and Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in Poland..

Interests:
- Culture and history of Scandinavian countries
- Jazz music
- Sport – cycling, in-line skating, skiing, tennis, golf, sailing

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